It is most appropriate to lead off the wonderful people Linda met with Lajos, the minister at our partner church.
In his trip to Iowa we were able to host him for a meal at our farm.
Linda tagged along on a regional minister’s meeting.
Some spouses waited patiently for the meeting to end.
Here Linda is with Nora, the English teacher at the seminary.
and drink on a girl’s night out with Nora.
Linda also was honored to meet a Bishop of the Hungarian Unitarian Church. He’s my kind of guy as he insisted Linda bring a gift of hospitality home with her for me – some pálinka from his own stock – a distilled spirit of fruit juices – the saying in Hungary is “what can be used to prepare jam can also be used to produce pálinka.”
This is Izalda, she and Linda spent some time working together on her English before a big exam. She passed! Izalda was very kind taking Linda to the Market, walking around town, and generally begin very cheerful to be around.
This woman, Maria, is one of the first women to graduate from the Unitarian seminary in Transylvania.
Finally, Linda whooping it up with the students after hours.
I’ll end the time in Transylvania with this photograph of the good-by supper she had in the seminary.